Victoria "Tory" Ashe (Mashpee)
Acupuncture & Associated Therapies
Tory grew up in Barnstable, Massachusetts and went on to earn a degree in Psychology from Wellesley College. She then moved to Austin, Texas where she studied Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. There, she practiced in the student clinics as well as community clinics in the Austin area. She is nationally certified by the NCCAOM, and licensed to practice acupuncture in the state of Massachusetts.
Tory is trained in acupuncture, cupping, guasha, Qigong, and electrostimulation, as well as Chinese herbal and dietary therapy. She uses a combination of these modalities to create a holistic, individualized treatment plan for each of her patients. Tory specializes in stress reduction and mental wellness, pain management, allergies, digestive issues, and women’s health (menstrual and hormonal issues, fertility, painful periods, menopause). She has also been trained in the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) protocol for addiction and trauma, as well as Battlefield Acupuncture for pain management.
Tory uses an integrative approach to determine the root cause of illness and to treat the whole person— physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She is excited to share her expertise in order to help clients achieve their wellness goals, optimize their health and lead a balanced, joyful life.
She has always had a deep interest in medicine and healthcare, with a tendency to seek out holistic, gentle healing methods. This led her to her first acupuncture appointment in Austin, where she was blown away by the beauty and complexity of Chinese Medicine. Since then, she has experienced firsthand how impactful this medicine is and strives to bring healing into the lives of others. When not practicing acupuncture, Tory enjoys spending time in nature, playing frisbee with her dog Luna, eating ramen, and buying new plants she doesn’t have room for.
681 Falmouth Rd Suite B23, Mashpee, MA 02649
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